19.07.2018 Informations générales

Standing strong

Switzerland remains the world’s most innovative country
Ever since 2011, the UN has named Switzerland the most innovative country in the world – and has done so again in its latest edition of the Global Innovation Index (GII). Switzerland outperforms other countries with its first-rate patent and intellectual property rules and claims a top spot for research collaboration between industry and universities.

The 2018 Global Innovation Index (GII) has once again given its top slot to Switzerland in its annual ranking of the world’s most innovative nations. Switzerland has ranked first in the GII every year since 2011.

The annual ranking is put together in cooperation by Cornell University, INSEAD and the UN World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The GII analyses 126 economies based on 80 indicators such as expenditure on education and R&D, access to credit, output per worker, technical manufacturing, quality of scientific publications and universities, political stability and foreign direct investment.

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